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I recognize that the following question has likely been posed a countless number of times before, yet still I am looking for a concrete answer to it: what is considered a "good" score on reading comprehension? I.e., what score should I be striving to achieve?
Yes, I recognize everyone should strive for a perfect score; yes, I recognize there are differing conceptions of “good;” yes, I recognize a person's target score is relative to their starting point, their goals, their scores in the other sections, etc; however, all of this aside, what score - across the board/relevant to the VAST majority of test takers - is considered “good”/respectable/commendable? For instance, is any score above 20 considered “good?” Is anything below 20 considered “poor/weak?”
In essence, I am looking for a figure - one concrete number - regardless of how inaccurate or how unhelpful it may be by which I can get the most general understanding of what a “good” RC score is.